The site is located to the north west of Load Street in the town of Bewdley, on Dog Lane off the B4190. Bewdley is a small Riverside town in the Wyre Forest District of Worcestershire. Located within the Severn Valley, it is a few miles to the west of Kidderminster and 22 miles south west of Birmingham. The town is on the River Severn, at the gateway of the Wyre Forest national nature reserve.
Immediately adjacent to the site there is a new medical centre, community hub and on the main street a number of independent stores and restaurants, as well as a Post Office. Car parks are located in the vicinity of the site which also benefits the site for a number of end uses. The town of Bewdley offers two primary schools, a secondary school, a sports centre and cricket club.
The site comprises the former Fire Station building at circa 192 sqm (2,067 sqft) on a plot of approximately 0.212 acres (0.085 ha) and a cleared area formerly the Bewdley Medical Centre approximately 0.215 acres (0.087 ha).
The total site area is 0.427 acres (0.173 ha). Part of the site originally comprised a medical centre which was demolished to provide a cleared site. The only building on site is the Fire Station which comprises a double storey flat roof block of brick construction. The remainder of the site is made up of hard standing, which is currently used for car parking.